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The thoughtfully crafted Bali tour package from Thrillophilia come with comprehensive itineraries catering to your diverse preferences and offering a phenomenal range of cultural and adventurous experiences. Our specially curated Bali honeymoon packages extend to serene retreats in the cultural heart of Ubud, where couples can indulge in spa treatments amidst tranquil landscapes. The packages often include visits to the iconic Tegallalang Rice Terraces and the mystical Goa Gajah Elephant Cave as well.

Our Bali tour packages feature cultural highlights like the Uluwatu Temple or Tanah Lot, providing insight into Bali's rich heritage. Adventure enthusiasts can quench their thirst for adrenaline with activities like surfing in Kuta, trekking in Ubud's lush rice terraces, or exploring underwater wonders while snorkelling in vibrant coral reefs.

Thrillophilia’s Bali tour packages from India further enhance your experience with exemplary accommodations, seamless private transfers and knowledgeable guides. Culinary experiences, traditional dance performances, and visits to local markets in your itinerary add cultural dimensions to the Bali trip package, offering a holistic and immersive encounter with the "Island of the Gods."

So, whether seeking relaxation, adventure, or a blend of both, Bali tour package provide an optimal way to discover the myriad wonders of this Indonesian paradise.

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Popular Destinations to Visit On Bali Tour:

1. Ubud

Discover the magical uplands of Bali by visiting this beautiful town with Thrillophilia’s Ubud tour packages. It is surrounded by lush green rice terraces, verdant temples, and handicraft shops. If you want to explore all the attractions of Ubud, spend a few days in this tranquil destination. Get an essence of the beautiful Balinese tradition by booking your Bali packages with Thrillophilia.

2. Kuta

A must-include in your Bali tour package, Kuta has beautiful sea-side cafes, and is a shopper’s paradise. It also houses the picturesque Sunset Beach and is one of the best surfing destinations in the world. You can also opt for Kuta tours from Thrillophilia if you wish to spend a handful of days in this tropical paradise.

3. Penida Island

Known for its serene charm and beautiful landscapes, Nusa Penida Island is a must-visit if you have booked a Bali tour package. You can marvel at Kelingking Beach's iconic T-Rex cliff, soak in the azure beauty of Gamat Bay, and visit the stunning Angel's Billabong. You can even go snorkelling to watch the huge manta rays in their blissful natural habitat with our Nusa Penida tour packages.

4. Denpasar

Located to the south of Bali, Denpasar holds great historical and cultural significance. This capital city hosts the Bali Art Festival every year, and houses some of the main attractions such as the Bali Museum and the Bali Hotel. Include a visit to this destination while planning your Bali itinerary as it offers the perfect blend of modernity and community traditions. 

5. Jimbaran

While booking your suitable Bali Packages, consider a stop at Jimbaran Bay where you will get to experience the luxury as well as the authenticity of Bali. This place offers stunning beaches where you can relax, indulge in some delectable seafood and shop souvenirs for your trip from the local market. Choose to either sip your favourite drinks at the popular Rock Bar or witness the traditional Balinese Kecak dance.

Visa Requirements for Bali Trip:

Before booking the Bali Travel Packages, you must navigate the VISA requirements of Indonesia. Fortunately, for Indian citizens, Bali offers a visa-free facility for short visits of up to 30 days. However, it's important to note that during your 30 days of VISA-free visit, you are not allowed to engage in any business or paid work. In case your plans extend beyond a month, it's advisable to visit the Indonesia eVisa portal, check and apply for the same. Our Bali Trip Cost from India is not inclusive of VISA.

Alternatively, you can apply for an E-Visa for touring this destination for more than 30 days. As an aware and responsible citizen, it is advisable to keep yourself informed about the ever evolving rules and regulations before embarking on your journey to this coastal paradise.

Best Time For Bali Tour:

Choosing the best time to book Bali tour package hinges on your personal preferences, as it holds its allure all year-round. Whichever season you choose, Bali’s diverse beauty and warm hospitality promise an unforgettable journey. 

1. Peak season: Starts from June till August, and is characterised by sun-kissed days and lively cultural events, making it ideal for beach lovers and festival enthusiasts. If you plan to book your Bali tour packages from India during this season, you can go surfing on the turquoise waters and experience swimming as well as snorkelling with the marine wonders.

2. Shoulder Season: It lasts from April to June, and September to November, offering a more secluded experience. Booking the Bali packages during this time can ensure pleasant weather, allowing for a quaint and charming experience. It's a splendid time for those who wish to witness Bali's beauty with a balanced combination of cultural experiences and leisure.

3. Waning Season: With our Bali trip package, you can even witness the less-explored rainy season of Bali. It begins from December, till March, while exhibiting a unique scenery. Occasional showers bring life into Bali, rejuvenating it in its rawest form. Lush landscapes, fewer tourists, and vibrant cultural celebrations set the stage for a unique and authentic Bali experience.

How to Reach Bali:

By Air - If you are planning to book your Bali packages, the best and the most convenient way to reach Bali from India is by air. There are many metropolitan cities such as Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai which provide flights to the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali

Direct Flights

  • To: Denpasar
  • From: New Delhi
  • Major Airlines - Vistara

Places to Visit on Bali Trip:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Bali:

1. Lake Batur: If you want to visit and observe the most spectacular landscape in Bali, then this is the place to visit. Lake Batur is a serene lake located on the top of an active volcano. Being located on the crater gives it a very dramatic look, hence makes it one of the most thrilling places to visit in Bali. On your Bali Trip, you can get the most magnificent views of the Caldera and surrounding lake region, which is no less than a spectacle for visitors. Some of the splendid things to do while you are here include visiting the Pura Ulun Danu Batur, observing the mountain craters, swimming in the hot springs and biking through the ancient villages. Trek up to the peak before sunrise and soak the most majestic views of the surrounding region which makes it a must to add in your Bali packages from India.

Location: Kintamani, Bali, Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia

2. Nusa Lembongan: Among the best places to visit with your Bali tour packages from India, Nusa Lembongan welcome to a humble abode where you will find virtually no traffic or noise but only clear blue waters and a coral offshore that offers the most magnificent sights around the landscape. Enjoy your time surfing at the mushroom bay, going for a dive or snorkelling, visiting the seaweed farms and spending time at the dream beach. Do not miss taking a boat to the Mangrove park where you can spend some nice quiet time.

Also Book: Nusa Lembongan Tour

Location: Bali

Timing: 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

3. Kuta Beach: Looking for the best beaches to visit while planning your Bali Packages from India? Kuta beach is a white-sanded haven where you can ride on a horse and drive through a toll bridge which is no less than picturesque. Lined with cafes and hawkers selling seafood, the beach offers several tourist attractions which make it worth the visit. From a circus waterpark to the Kuta sea turtle conservation site and the Kuta theatre, there are ample things to do and enjoy on your Bali tour.

Location: Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

4. Tanah Lot: The significant sea temple, Tanah Lot, is among the seven known sea temples in Bali, which makes it gain immense traction as a tourist hotspot and a must-visit place to add to your Bali Package. It is located on top of a huge rock, offering immense opportunities for photography and exotic sightseeing to visitors. You can spend your time strolling along the beach and settling down for sunbathing as well. Some of the water activities which can be enjoyed here are surfing and swimming and for those who have time on hand, waiting to watch the sunset will not leave you disappointed.

Location: Beraban, Kediri, Tabanan Regency, Bali 82121, Indonesia

Timing: 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Must Checkout: Tanah Lot Temple Sunset Tour

5. Seminyak: Located in the Southwestern region, Seminyak is among the few best places to visit during Bali holiday packages. Among the few highly popular things that you will find on your visit here are high-end boutiques, five-star restaurants, and tourist attractions such as the Bali trick art gallery and the Pura Petitenget temple. You can get a daily massage while you are here and watch the enticing sunset. Also, there is ample scope to chill out at pool parties and surf at the seas on your visit.

Location: Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Timing: Open 24 hours

6. Pura Besakih: Get a chance to explore the wild landscape with Bali tour Package right here at Pura Besakih, the highest mountain peak. On the slopes here, you will find the Gunung Agung house, one of the nine directional temples in Bali. With more than 28 structures built on terraces, the scenic surroundings and lush green vegetation are no less than a treat to the eye. You can hire a tour guide to take you through the impressive surrounding area and tell you about the historical features of this temple.

Location: Jl. Gunung Mas No.Ds, Besakih, Rendang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80863, Indonesia

Timing: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

7. Tulamben: While exploring iconic tourist spots with Bali tour packages from India, you will come to meet the underwater world in Bali, where there is no end to the adventure. Tulamben is the starting point of this fun from where you can begin exploring the vast underwater world in Bali. Whether you are an experienced diver or a mere beginner, you will get to see so much while you are here. Among the few other water activities that you can enjoy during your visit are surfing, visiting the bio rocks, watching remains of shipwrecks and more.

Location: Kubu, Karangasem Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Timing: Open 24 hours

8. Nungnung Waterfall: For some of the most mesmerizing views with your Bali packages, you can include Nungnung Waterfall, this beautiful waterfall in your Bali itinerary where tourists come to refresh themselves. Surrounded by lush green beauty, the waterfall is a sight of astounding pleasure for travellers. Although the water here is not ideal for swimming purposes, visitors can enjoy the scenic beauty of the location while they are here. Come and relax here but be wary that to reach the final point, you will need to climb nearly 500 odd steps.

Location: Belok/Sidan, Petang, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Timing: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

9. Bali Bird And Reptile Park: Expect loads of fun and adventure with your Bali tour package, when you visit this park. With more than 1000 birds and 250 species of reptiles, Bali Bird And Reptile Park is a place that nature lovers and animal watchers are going to enjoy. You can comfortably walk around, and take in the views of the surroundings while clicking pictures of the animals. Not to be missed while you are here are the Toucans, which are more than interesting to look at.

Location: Jl. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir Singapadu, Batubulan, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia

Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Also Checkout: Bali Bird Park Tickets & Bali Reptile Park Tickets

10. Green Bowl Beach: For a romantic getaway on your Bali Trip, visit the Green Bowl beach which offers some of the most secluded spots to couples who can spend some time in peace and tranquillity. Among the top activities to be enjoyed while you are here, is to visit the limestone caves and engage in adventure sports such as surfboarding. This is an ideal spot for relaxing and enjoying some alone time for everyone. To reach the beach, you have to climb down a few steps of stairs, which usually keeps some visitors away from the beach.

Location: Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Things to Do on Bali Tour:

Here are some of the best things to do in Bali:

1. Enjoy Bali Swing: If you are planning to book Bali packages from India and are confused about what to do there, Bali Swing can be a great option to include in your Bali itinerary. Bali swing is a perfect place for adventure seekers who are looking for some fun and thrill during their vacation. Swinging is one of the most fun-filled activities and often reminds people of their childhood. But Bali swing is quite different. It lets you swing over a canyon where you can not only feel like flying over the water but also enjoy the beautiful landscape around.

The most famous place for Bali swing is in Ubud, which is included in most Bali holidays packages. Just pose around the rocks or enjoy your swing to get the most memorable experience of your life. The picturesque view of this place will make you fall in love with it offering perfect frames for you to click beautiful memories.

Location: Jl. Dewi Saraswati No.7, Bongkasa Pertiwi, Kec. Abiansemal, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80352, Indonesia

Timing: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

2. Trek to Mount Batur: Trekking is one of the most loved activities and if you are also an adventure seeker looking for some adrenaline rush during your stay in Bali, do not miss on trekking to Mount Batur. It is one of the most loved activities and often ranks high in demand in most Bali trip packages.

Trekking in Mount Batur lets you hike up to a height of 1717 meters (5633 feet) above sea level enabling you to enjoy the scenic beauty around. While trekking you can immerse yourself in the sweet fragrance of coffee as there are quite many coffee plantations around. While you are away you can also take a halt and dip yourself in the hot water spring that will surely rejuvenate your soul. Trekking in Mount Baur is not at all difficult and it takes nearly one and half hours for you to reach the summit. So do not miss to include this beautiful activity on your Bali packages from India.

3. Explore Bali Safari and Marine Park: An expedition to Bali Safari and Marine Park is the next thing that you must surely try on your Bali tour, if you have a keen interest in wildlife and know more about aquatic animals. This amazing Maine park has more than 4000 different species like Bali Starling bird, Komodo Dragon, and Orangutan that are not only rare but falls under the category of endangered species. You can also find some Sumatran elephants and feed them with your own hands.

If you love night safaris you must include this activity in your Bali packages. Bali Safari and Marine Park is one of the main attractions in Bali Tour Package and along with safari you can enjoy scrumptious BBQ that is offered along in the package. Jungle hopper, elephant back safari, breakfast with the lions, the agung show are some of the other highlights of this place. 

Location: Jl. Profesor Jl. Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra No.km 19,8, Serongga, Kec. Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80551, Indonesia

Timing: 8:30am–4:30pm

4. Marvel at Tanah Lot Temple: Tanah Lot Temple is one of the most unique and important landmarks in Bali that you must not miss to visit on your Bali trip. This beautiful temple, set with offshore setting and sunset backdrops is the main tourist attraction for people coming here. Tanah Lot Temple is filled with the beauty of lush gardens, beautifully carved gates, and holy shrines which will surely attract your sight, especially if you are interested in ancient architecture.

This beautiful ancient temple which marks a remarkable significance in the Hindu Mythology and dates back to 17th century, is situated in the Beraban village of the Tabanan regency, which is nearly 20km north-west of Kuta. If you are interested in knowing the true culture and history of Bali, and love seeing ancient things, make sure to include this one in your Bali trip package.

Location: Beraban, Kediri, Tabanan Regency, Bali 82121, Indonesia

Price: INR 1299

Timings: 02:00 PM to 07:00 PM

6. Drink from the Waters at Goa Gajah: Goa Gajah or the Elephant Cave Temple which is popularly known as an interesting place to visit in Bali. Drinking water from the Goa Gajah cave is highly popular among tourists coming here year long. The Goa Gajah temple is a truly huge archeological site and perhaps the most popular vacation destination to add in your Bali packages.

Investigate the glorious sanctuary which shows the remarkable craftsmanship and architectural beauty of that era, especially the minutely carved stone walls and sculptures. This sanctuary is perhaps the most visited place in Bali because of the shocking magnificence it offers and is often placed high on Bali holidays packages.

Location: Bedulu, Blahbatuh, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Timing: 24 hours open

7. Visit Tegallalang Rice Terraces: Another popular thing to do in Bali is visit the marvelous Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud. These agricultural rice terraces are carved on the cliffs of Tegalalang Village north of Ubud and are quite famous among tourists coming to Bali across the globe and this must be a definite add-on to your Bali tour package.

The journey to Tegallalang Rice Terraces is quite amazing making its way between beautiful white beaches of Bali, steaming volcanoes and amidst high mountains. If you have love for agriculture and a keen interest in exploring the marvels of nature, this is a must-visit place on your Bali trip

Location: Jl. Raya Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Kec. Tegallalang, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561, Indonesia

Price: INR 1700 Per Adult

Timing: 8am–6pm

Must Checkout: Tegalalang Rice Terrace Tour

8. Experience Wildlife at Bali Zoo: Bali is a very distinct island having rich flora and fauna. It houses some of the most exotic and unique species that cannot be seen anywhere in the world. So, if you are a wildlife lover and love to explore the hidden gems of nature, Bali has a lot for you in its bucket. There are quite many zoos and parks in Bali that you can visit with a Bali tour package.

Talking about the Bali Zoo, it is one of the best places to explore the enchanting beauty of distinct flora and fauna that is found on this amazing island. Bali Zoo, which is spread across a huge land of approx. eight hectares, is a home to 450 rare and exotic creatures, animals and birds living together in a protected environment amid its lush greenery. The Bali Bird and Reptile Park is another place where you can enjoy the wildlife and is a home to approx. 1000 species of distinct birds and 250 species of reptiles. This is a perfect place to visit on your Bali trip from India, and for people who love being around birds and want to click beautiful pictures. 

Location: Singapadu, Sukawati, Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia

Price: INR 4000 per adult and varies according to the packages you opt for

Timing: 9am–5pm

9. Have Fun at Ubud Monkey Forest: Bali is a land of monkeys and it will not be the right choice to add this attraction in your Bali packages if you want to visit the famous Monkey Forest in Ubud on your Bali trip from india. This is a famous sanctuary, located at Padangtegal Ubud, Bali and home to approx 1049 monkeys that inhabit Balinese long-tailed macaques that are living together in their natural environment.

This famous Monkey Forest in Ubud is one of the top things to do in Bali and is offered by almost all Bali Tour packages. This forest is not only famous for monkeys but also known for having 186 species of beautiful and rare plants and trees spread across 12,5 hectares of forest. This place also houses three popular temples that you can visit: Dalem Agung Padangtegal Temple, Holy Spring Temple and Prajapati Temple. So, when in Bali, do not miss this beautiful place and immerse yourself in the beautiful serene nature. You will need a minimum of 2 hours to explore the whole forest so plan your itinerary for the day accordingly.

Location: Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Time: 9am–4pm

10. Witness the Beautiful Tegenungan Waterfall: When in Bali a visit to Tegenungan waterfall in Ubud is one of the incredible activities to do. Culture and nature are two words that leap to mind when considering Ubud and the regions encompassing it and having a picnic near the waterfall or just enjoying the beauty surrounding it is full of tranquility. Ubud is known to have quite a few waterfalls, but the beautiful Tegenungan Waterfall stands out among all of them. If you're in Ubud, this beautiful spot is worth a visit to this excellent spot on your Bali trip.

Location: Jl. Ir. Sutami, Kemenuh, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80581, Indonesia

Price: 15,000 IDR per person for adult and 10,000 IDR

Timing: 6:30am–6:30pm

Also Checkout & Book: Tegenungan Waterfall Tour

Beaches to Visit on Bali Trip:

1. Jimbaran Beach: Jimbaran Beach, which is located on the island's southwest coast, is extremely breathtaking and must place to include in your Bali tour package. Considered to be one of the most beautiful and best beaches in Bali, Jimbaran is home to a number of resorts, including well-known hotels like the Four Seasons.

2. Nusa Dua Beach: Your one-stop shop for all the exciting things to do in Bali is Nusa Dua! This beach is a well-known tourist destination and offers a wide range of all-inclusive activities on your bali trip from India. Complex luxury hotels, a thriving retail sector, and many more.

3. Uluwatu Beach: Do you yearn to indulge in the allure of gentle, chilly waves? If so, Uluwatu Beach is the ideal vacation spot for you on your Bali tour. This wonderful beach, in addition to possessing an alluring charisma, is renowned for having a spotless temple.

4. Kuta Beach: From a little fishing community, this Bali beach has expertly evolved into a tourist destination with a wide variety of restaurants, bars, and resorts. Due to the chance to participate in water activities like surfing, Kuta is also well-known among adventure seekers, which makes it a must to add in your Bali packages itinerary.

5. Legian Beach: The beach is renowned for its exciting events and thriving nightlife. Legian has been successful in drawing visitors from a variety of industries with its ideal blend of adventure, entertainment, and leisure. Look no further than this Bali beach if you want to fill your Bali tour packages from India with unique experiences.

6. Seminyak Beach: Seminyak Beach, which is ideally situated halfway between Legian and Kuta Beach, is the place to start. If your leisurely way of life is getting you down, head to one of the best beaches on your Bali trip from India to get your heart pumping.

7. Canggu Beach: Its lush rice fields and charming houses are only two of the numerous features that make it one of Bali's top beaches. There are numerous eateries, stores, and bars in Canggu.

8. Sanur Beach: Sanur, famed for its charming and laid-back environment, offshore reefing proving quiet and serene waters, and a fantastic family holiday, is the perfect place to escape Bali's frenetic, overcrowded beaches.

9. Balangan Beach: For adventurous and eager wave riders, Bali's Bukit Peninsula region is the Promised Land with breathtaking ocean tides and unspoilt beaches. This is one of Bali's secluded beaches.

Temples to Visit on Bali Tour:

1. Uluwatu Temple: The location of this temple is the most intriguing aspect. Uluwatu Temple lands on a cliff's crest at a height of around 70 meters above sea level. One of the most important temples to visit on your Bali tour, it boasts a magnificent setting where you may enjoy a breathtaking sunset.

2 . Ulun Danu Beratan Temple: It is one of Bali's most historic and beautiful temples, Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. The urban residents of the neighborhood view this location as one of Bali's weekend getaway spots where they can unwind. The lake's reflective, calm surface gives it the extraordinary appearance of floating. This is a one-of-a-kind experience that you should include in your Bali packages.

3. Pura Taman Saraswati Temple: The stunning water temple is located in the heart of Ubud. You will come upon this temple as you meander through Ubud's streets. This temple represents Bali's traditional temple style. It also has a stunning foyer with ponds that are brimming with vivid pink lotuses.

4. Tanah Lot: Tanah Lot temple is regarded as one of Bali's most important monuments by locals as well as visitors and a must-visit temple to add to your Bali tour packages from India. This temple draws visitors because of its picturesque offshore location and alluring sunset backdrop.

5. Tirta Empul Temple: One of the most important temples in Bali is Tirta Empul, which is located in the Manukaya village. This website tells the well-known tale of good vs evil. Additionally, it is a Bali cultural heritage site that draws a sizable number of visitors.

6. Pura Luhur Lempuyang: Lempuyang Temple, which is located at an elevation of 1175 metres, welcomes tourists to take in the breathtaking views of Mount Agung through the "Gate of Heaven," which can only be reached by ascending 1700 steep stairs. It is a significant Bali temple and one of the island's historic temples.

7. Besakih Temple: The Besakih temple is regarded as Bali's mother temple. The temple, which is 1,000 years old, is situated beneath Mount Agung. Being one of Bali's most outstanding temples, it will captivate you with its aesthetic beauty and distinctiveness on your Bali trip from India.

Popular Restaurants in Bali:

With an umpteen number of restaurants in Bali, this place is a haven for junkies!. Here are some options for you:

1. Queen's of India: Indulge in the royal flavours and warm spices of India at Queen's of India. Located in Seminyak, this restaurant offers an exquisite range of authentic Indian and Mughlai dishes, from rich curries to tandoori delights. The warm ambiance and impeccable service make it a top choice for those going on a Bali Trip Package from India and craving a taste of India in Bali. 

2. The Indian Dhaba: Situated in Ubud, The Indian Dhaba takes you on a delectable culinary experience through the many flavours of India. With a menu inspired by diverse regional cuisines, it crafts a diverse gastronomic journey through the Indian subcontinent. Additionally, the vibrant setting and diverse aromatic spices used, create an immersive dining experience that captures the very essence of Indian culinary culture.

3. Gateway of India: Located in Kuta, Gateway of India beckons visitors with a menu that reflects the cultural diversity of India. This restaurant brings forth a symphony of flavours, from the fiery spices of the north to the coastal flavours of the south. Consider visiting this restaurant while planning your Bali Travel Packages and enjoy a delectable dining experience.

4. Happy Chappy Chinese: For an authentic Chinese dining experience, Happy Chappy in Seminyak is a must-visit restaurant, while on your Bali Trip From India. The modern yet cosy ambiance sets the stage for a traditional Chinese feast, skillfully prepared with fresh and quality ingredients. From dim sums to Peking duck, each bite reflects the flavorful, yet simple, ingredients used in authentic Chinese cuisine.

5. Sisterfields: Set in the heart of Seminyak, Sisterfields offers you the chance to taste some mouth-watering continental delights. Specially known for its brunch menu, this trendy spot combines bold flavours with expert artistic presentation. Whether you crave a hearty English breakfast or a sophisticated dinner, Sisterfields delivers a culinary journey through European-inspired dishes in an elegant setting. 

6. Warung Nia Balinese Food and Pork Ribs: As the name suggests, this is one of the top restaurants you can visit on your trip to Bali to experience the authentic local flavours and culinary delights this restaurant is famous for the various preparations of pork ribs, and a wide range of sea-food recipes. Its decor resembles the Balinese artistic styles and is truly a great place to visit while on your Bali trip from India.

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How much does Bali packages cost?

An average 6 day Bali Trip cost from India amounts up to around INR 30,000, per person, and can go up to INR 75,000. These prices are dependent upon the type of accommodation, transfers, meals, and customisations. The cost of Bali Trip Package is dictated by the duration of your stay, the attractions you wish to cover, and the activities you want to take part in as well. Thrillophilia offers a wide range of options to choose from, from budget Bali Packages to extravagant ones, which have been handpicked and carefully curated by our team of experts. 

Also Read: Things to Do in Kintamani

Is 3 days enough to explore Bali?

3 days in Bali gets you an opportunity to visit the major beaches, temples, markets and other nearby attractions. Make sure to also indulge in some exciting water sports as your trip to Bali is incomplete without them. However, Bali is full of sightseeings and activities and it is recommended to take out a minimum of 7-10 days to properly explore all of Bali.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Bali?

Indians seeking a tourist visa to Bali must apply for their visas online at least 14 days before their planned trip. The following documents should be submitted with the application:

1. Passport with a six-month minimum validity period and at least two blank pages inside.
2. Passport-size colour photographs.
3. A hard copy of the online visa application form (printout).
4. Confirmed return ticket.
5. Bank account statements for the last 3 months.
6. Hotel reservation confirmation in Bali.

The visa application will be approved and issued within 4 to 5 working days. The tourist visa will be granted for the duration of the planned visit, valid up to a maximum of six months.

Are 7 days enough for Bali Trip?

Although no number of days will be enough to explore Bali entirely, however, ideally 7 days are recommended for this dream getaway. In these 7 days, you will be able to cover some of the most stunning beaches, in your Bali itinerary, pay your visit to the popular monasteries and attend the electrifying night parties. Indulge in thrilling water sports, visit popular sights and go home with a plethora of memories with our specially curated Bali holiday packages.

How much does it cost for 1 Week in Bali?

Our Bali packages from India are affordable and start from as low as 23,000 INR for a one week trip. The costing of these packages depend upon the kind of accommodations, tours, transportation, meals, and activities included in the package. The total costing of your package also increases if you add more activities or tours.

Is a visa required for connecting flights to Bali?

For most connecting flights you do not need a visa if you remain within the airport's international transit area. However, if you have plans to leave the airport during layovers or stay in Bali for an extended period, a transit visa is required. Make sure to check specific visa regulations based on your nationality and travel plans, ensuring compliance with Indonesian immigration requirements for a smooth and hassle-free trip. 

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What documents one must carry on Bali trip?

Since the Indonesian visa and entry requirements are strictly enforced at their airports, so be very careful about taking proper documents if you are taking your visa on arrival. If any of your documents are incorrect in any way, you will likely be deported immediately. The documents you will need are

1. Your passport, obviously. Make sure your passport is valid for another six months – in the least.
2. Have your immigration/arrival card filled out and ready to go.
3. Have a print out of your confirmed flight out of the country handy. This is rarely asked for, but as we say, “better safe than sorry”, so it’s good to have one on hand just in case, as the more time you spend with airport customs, the less time you have to get your holiday on.
4. You will need to front up US$35 during processing to enter the country.
5. It is advisable to also carry a copy of bank statement, as depending on your clothes and get-up, you may be asked for a copy of a bank statement or something that proves you can actually afford your holiday. 
6. Apart from these, carry your insurance papers, valid ID cards and a couple of passport size pictures. You never know what might you need and when.

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What is the ideal duration of a Bali tour?

Anywhere between 2 to 3 weeks is an ideal duration fo your Bali tour and to get your share of relaxation. Since it is a relatively cheaper place to visit, a longer time will not burn a hole in your pocket as well. However, if you are low on time, you can also cover Bali by booking 10 days bali packages.

Is Bali expensive to visit?

No, a trip to Bali is not expensive and is rather surprisingly affordable as compared to other international destinations with similar landscapes. With quite a handful of economical accommodations, affordable local eateries, and reasonably priced activities, Bali caters to various tourist budgets, and lets you enjoy the island's beauty without breaking the bank.

Additionally, exploring Bali becomes even more economical with our thoughtfully curated Bali Trip Packages from India, combining convenience and affordability- all at one place. So, get ready to indulge in the beauty of the shores, experience the warm hospitality and explore the rich cultural heritage of Bali.

What should you pack for a trip to Bali?

It is advisable to pack light and smart for your Bali adventure. Essentials include breathable clothing to suit the tropical climate, swimwear for bathing in the pristine beaches, and a versatile sarong for temple visits. Don't forget sunscreen, a hat, and insect repellent. Pack comfortable shoes for exploring rice terraces and markets. Thrillophilia’s Bali Vacation Packages from India come with suggestions about what you need, ensuring that your essentials are covered while you immerse yourself in the island's beauty.

What languages are spoken in Bali?

Balinese is primarily spoken in Bali. It is a Malayo-Polynesian language that has evolved over time since the ancient ages. English is also widely spoken and understood, especially in tourist hubs, ensuring seamless communication for international visitors. Bahasa is the official language of Indonesia, and it is also quite prevalent as a language spoken in Bali. These diverse linguistic culminations reflect the country's unity in diversity. 

Which currency is used in Bali?

The official currency used in Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). It is advisable to have local currency to cover most of your Bali trip costs and transactions while travelling. While some places may accept major credit cards, having cash on hand is practical, especially in the remote areas. Currency exchange services are widely available at airports, banks, and authorised money changers across Bali, for the convenience of visitors.

What is the best month to visit Bali?

Bali is a trending destination that can be visited any time of the year. It has a pleasant climate throughout the year which enhances the experience of the tourists. Bali experiences less humidity during April to October resulting in a picture-perfect weather to explore various attractions as well as indulge in activities including snorkeling, surfing, hiking and trekking. You can also visit between November to March during the monsoon season to just relax amidst the lush, green natural landscapes of Bali. It is a different experience altogether making a trip to Bali during monsoon.

Is it safe to travel to Bali?

Bali is considered a safe destination for travellers, and is known for its warm hospitality and welcoming atmosphere. However, be mindful of your belongings, follow local guidelines, and stay updated on travel advisories. Bali's local community is friendly and inclusive, contributing in creating a positive and secure environment for tourists. However, to have a safe and guided experience, book Bali travel packages from Thrillophilia, so that you can have a secured tour, along with local professional guides, while touring through this destination. 

What is Bali Famous For?

Known as the "Island of the Gods," Bali is celebrated for its rich culture, pristine beaches, and beautiful landscapes. The island boasts iconic attractions including the ancient Uluwatu Temple, the serene Tanah Lot Temple, and the vibrant Ubud Monkey Forest. You can enjoy fun water activities like surfing, scuba diving, and snorkeling along Bali's stunning shores Kuta, and Amed with Bali Tour Packages. The fantastic artwork showcased in Ubud's galleries, traditional Balinese dance performances, and lush rice terraces of Tegallalang and Mount Batur contribute to Bali's cultural allure. 

Is Thailand better than Bali?

Comparing Thailand and Bali is subjective as both have distinct charms. Thailand boasts diverse landscapes and vibrant cities like Bangkok with its many urban delights. While Bali trip captivate all visitors with its serene beaches and cultural richness. So, whether you are seeking bustling urban experiences or tranquil island retreats, both Bali and Thailand trip are distinctly appealing. 

What sort of climate can I find in Bali?

Bali embraces a tropical climate, offering favourable weather all through the year. The dry season, from April to September, exhibits plenty of sunshine and ideal conditions for exploring beaches and cultural sites, and undertaking outdoor activities like diving and snorkelling. The wet season, from October to March, brings drizzling rains that breathe life into the lush landscapes of Bali, unveiling in its most vibrant form. No matter when you book your Bali vacation packages from India, be assured to get captivated by its unique charm, making every moment an opportunity for delightful discoveries. 

How to transport in Bali? Can we rent a bike or car? What will be the cost?

It is easy to get around Bali as the transportation service is really good and well connected. The main options are to hire a car, hire a car and drive, take a taxi or use a shuttle bus. There are also some public bus equivalents (called Bemos). However, they mostly do not suit tourist’s needs. You can hire your own car to drive around easily and cheaply if you are a confident driver.

In the hindsight, it does not cost much more to hire a driver as well. As for taxis, in the main beach areas there are no shortage of them. The Bluebird taxis are the cheapest, so look out for them. Always ask for the driver to use their meteras it will be better value than bargaining for a price with someone else, and lesser hassles as well. There are also shuttle buses (usually vans) that will take you between the main tourist areas.

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Is food and drink expensive in Bali?

No, food and drinks in Bali are not at all expensive. Infact, Bali is a paradise for budget-friendly and delectable dining experiences. The island offers a wide array of options, from street food stalls to charming local warungs, where you can savour authentic Indonesian dishes at incredibly reasonable prices. Even in upscale restaurants and resorts, the cost of food and drinks remains relatively affordable. Whether you're craving local delicacies or international cuisine, Bali's diverse and wallet-friendly food scene ensures that indulging in delicious meals is as delightful as your journey itself.

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What sort of nightlife is there in Bali?

Bali is one place that is known for its nightlife experience and evening entertainment, with Bali tour packages you can enjoy these things when vacationing in the exotic island.

1. Night cruises: This Bali nightlife experience is for the couples in particular who want to have fun but also get ample time together. The Benoa Harbour is among the top sites from where many night cruises set forth. Throughout the evening you can savour a delicious meal, drinks, live performances, music and much more.

2. Nightclubs and pubs: One cannot mention nightlife and not talk about the array of happening clubs, beach clubs, gay clubs, pubs and more all around Kuta, Seminyak and Legian. For some grown-up fun you can visit these places, have a drink, dance and party till wee hours.

3. Night Safari: The Bali Safari and Marine Park is one place where you can enjoy the wild side of Bali by going on a night safari tour to spot different species of animals and vegetation. Although the park arranges safaris throughout the day, a night adventure is the most popular among tourists for the sheer thrill and excitement.

4. Cabaret show/theatrical performances: You can ditch the regular party scenes for a different experience by attending a traditional cultural performance at the theater in Badung, or go for a must exciting event around Seminyak, Benoa, Legian to see extravagant drag performances, dances, music and more.

5. Night markets: The Balinese night markets are one of the best places to visit for some shopping, eating local street-food and to interact with many people. Places like Sanur, Kereneng, Gianyar and Badung would let you have a fun experience with bustling lanes till late hours, and colorful shops and stalls.

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Which are the best street food options to try on a Bali trip?

Booking a Bali Holiday Packages unveils a tantalising world of street food wonders in this tropical escape. Begin with Nasi Goreng, Indonesia's iconic fried rice dish, loaded with flavours and often topped with a fried egg. Satay sticks are succulent grilled meats smothered in a glazed peanut sauce, they are a street-side delight as well. Don't miss out on the crispy goodness of Martabak, a stuffed pancake available in both sweet and spicy variations. Bali's street food scene offers a delicious adventure that complements the island's rich culture without causing a hole in your pocket.

What are the best water sports to try on Bali trip?

Here are some of Bali's best water sports:

1. Surfing: Bali is a renowned destination for surfers suitable for both beginners and advanced surfers. Popular surf spots include Kuta Beach, Uluwatu, and Canggu, each offering a mix of reef breaks and beach breaks. Bali is a haven for surfers and surfing in Bali is one of the most fascinating experiences which you should add in your Bali travel packages.

2. White Water Rafting: For an adrenaline-pumping adventure, head to Bali’s river for white water rafting. Experience the rapids of the Ayung or Telaga Waja rivers, surrounded by lush jungles and stunning scenery. Tackle the rapids while enjoying the natural beauty of Bali’s river valleys. This is one of the best activities to include in your Bali holiday packages if you’re seeking fun and thrill on your trip.

3. Jet Skiing: Feel the rush of speed and freedom as you glide across the crystal-clear Bali river on a jet ski. You can rent a jet ski on popular beaches like Tanjung Benoa and Nusa Dua. Jet Skiing in Bali is a captivating experience as you’ll feel the refreshing spray of water against your skin.

4. Parasailing: Get a chance to capture the brilliant views of Bali's coastline by adding it to your Bali packages as you soar high above the ocean with parasailing. Nusa Dua and Tanjung Benoa are popular spots for parasailing, where you can enjoy the adrenaline rush while taking bird-eye views of the island.

What are the best clubs to enjoy on a Bali trip?

Here are some of the best clubs to visit on Bali Trip:

1. Potato Head Bali: With Bali packages visit Potato Head Bali which is known as a creative village that features an open area aligned with the Bali Sea. You can enjoy your drinks and music in the open lounge and take back some amazing sunset memories too.

2. Sky Garden Rooftop Lounge:
Tipsily lit with the warm tones, Sky Garden Rooftop Lounge is an amazing place to hang out with your friends on your Bali trip. 

3. Mirror Bali Lounge & Club:
Flooding with neon lights, Mirror Bali Lounge & Club gives cozy place to sit and hog your food and alcohol. Also, one can always whirl a little on the good music played by talented DJs.

4. Finns Beach Club: Extending to the golden sandy beach of Bali, Finns Beach Club is the most famous club to enjoy on Bali tour. This place features beautiful sunset, a range of delicacies, a variety of alcohol and some glittering pools to soak in.

What are the best destinations to stay on Bali trip?

1. Seminyak: Nestled on Bali's southwestern coast, Seminyak beckons visitors with its trendy vibes and upscale resorts. You can enjoy vibrant beach clubs, boutique shopping, and a culinary journey through world-class restaurants. Seminyak is perfect for those seeking a lively atmosphere, authentic Balinese food and culture, and an unforgettable nightlife.

2. Ubud: Bali's cultural heart, Ubud, captivates one with lush landscapes, artistic charm and historical treasures. Surrounded by rice terraces and sacred temples, it offers a serene escape from the hustle bustle of city life. Explore vibrant markets, traditional Balinese dance performances, and rejuvenate with wellness retreats.

3. Kuta:
While planning your Bali Trip from India, consider staying in Kuta which still remains a classic choice for beach lovers and surfers. This bustling area boasts a beautiful coastline, exciting nightlife, and a plethora of budget-friendly accommodations as well as local restaurants.It is ideal for those seeking an exciting ambience and accessibility to water activities.

4. Nusa Dua: Indulge in luxury at Nusa Dua, known for its top-notch resorts and pristine beaches. This area offers a tranquil escape with a focus on relaxation and extravagance. Immerse yourself in world-class spas, extensive golf courses, and exclusive beachfront retreats, perfect for a lavish Bali getaway.

5. Canggu: Canggu, on Bali's southwest coast, attracts a laid-back crowd with its bohemian charm and surfing culture. Experience a blend of terraced rice paddies and soothing beaches, coupled with hip cafes and amazing clubs. Canggu is ideal for those seeking a more relaxed and eclectic Bali experience.

What are the best romantic things to do in Bali?

These are some of the most romantic things to do on your Bali trip.

1. Experience a traditional Balinese couple's spa: 
Enhance your romantic getaway in Bali by indulging in the soothing and rejuvenating experience of traditional Balinese massages and spa treatments. Whether you opt for the lavish or affordable options, Bali offers an array of opportunities to pamper yourselves. You can choose to indulge in these services at exquisite resorts boasting breathtaking views or visit parlors located in popular areas such as Kuta, Ubud, and Seminyak. When planning your Bali tour packages, don't forget to include the blissful experience of traditional Balinese massages and spa treatments to create unforgettable memories with your partner.

2. Go for a sunset cruise: The exquisite islands of Bali bring you and your partner a chance to enjoy a luxury evening cruise to witness the most stunning sunset and views of the tropical paradise. There are several commercial and privately organized cruises that you can go for on your Bali trip and enjoy melodious music, decadent cuisine, sparkling drinks and lots of fun.

3. Explore Nusa Penida and Lembongan: These two are the more secluded islands in Indonesia that are in the southeast of Bali, separated by the Badung Strait. You can take a boat ride here to spend some days in peace and solitude with just each other. With bali tour packages you can enjoy a scooter ride to explore the tropical forests, mountains, beaches as well as go for water-sports like snorkeling and scuba diving.

4. Take a hike trip to Mount Batur: This is an active volcano mountain in Bali that is one of the most popular attractions on your bali trip, offering hypnotic views of the entire island. If you and your partner are athletic and driven by adventures then you would thoroughly enjoy a hike to the top of the theater mountain which can take anywhere between 2 - 2.5 hours when accompanied by a guide. You can start the activity at dawn to be able to see the rising sun.

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What are the best things to do in Bali with family?

Here are some of the best things to do in Bali with family:

1. Enjoy Bali Swing: Bali Swing is a perfect place to include in your Bali vacation packages to add more thrill and fun to your trip. Swing over a canyon where you’ll feel like flying over the water and enjoy the beautiful landscape around. It is a thrilling adventure for those seeking a unique activity in Bali.

2. Visit Bali Treetop Adventure Park: Navigate through thrilling treetop circuits, zip lines, and suspension bridges at Bali Treetop Adventure Park. Swing, climb, balance, and slide through the canopies, and immerse yourself in an amazing outdoor experience. Get a chance to appreciate stunning views of the surroundings of Bali’s forests and enjoy a fun-filled day of adventure.

3. Bali Safari and Marine Park: Take your family on a wildlife adventure at the Bali Safari and Marine Park. Witness and get close to the majestic animals like elephants, lions, tigers, and orangutans. Enjoy exciting safari rides and animal shows, and get a chance to have breakfast with orangutans. A visit to this place is a must to include in your Bali trip package.

4. Visit Bali Bird Park: Explore beautifully landscaped gardens and encounter a wide variety of bird species from around the world at Bali Bird Park. Watch educational shows, marvel at interactive displays, and interact with some of the feathered inhabitants.

Is Bali a good option for family holiday?

Yes, Bali makes an excellent option for a Bali holiday with family. The Balinese are warm and welcoming to kids, and there is a plenty of western style food for fussier palates. Getting a family accommodation in Bali is not a problem as the options are plentiful. You will have no problems finding something that completely suits your needs. There are three main options you will probably look at – Bali family resorts, family hotels and family villas.

What should I avoid in Bali?

There are a few things that should be avoided on a Bali trip. They are as follows.

- Overlook for red flags: Do not attempt to swim in areas where red flags have been raised as such areas are risky for the activity
- Smoke in public places: Smoking in public places including restaurants, tourist attractions, temples and several other locations is forbidden by the law.

Where can I do shopping in Bali? What things are must to buy in Bali?

Bali shopping presents you with a treasure trove of fine art and handicrafts, antique and semi-antique furniture, paintings, delicately carved jewellery, wood and stone carvings, masks, woven and dyed fabrics. Famous places to shop in Bali on Bali tours are –

  • Ubud Art Market - is known for its high quality traditional and handmade clothing, figurines and home wares. Interesting fact – the market was featured in the movie Eat Pray Love.
  • Mal BaliGaleria, Sukawati Art Market - to purchase handicrafts and traditional handmade products
  • Celuk Village - it is very famous for being a village of gold and silversmiths. The village offers a multitude of gold and silver jewellery including rings, bangles, chokers, earrings, tusukkonde (hair pins), broaches and many other accessories,
  • Tegallalang 'Handicrafts Village' - This place specialises in the carving of softwood figures. Brightly painted flowers, signboards, fruits, frogs, tokay geckos, ducks, cats and animal figures all feature heavily. All the way along the 12-kilometre road there are shops also selling furniture and handicrafts made from glass, wood, bamboo, ceramics, and shells.

Apart from these places if you wish to shop for luxurious malls, there are ample options for that too.

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